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Epic Scuba wrote a review Jan 2020
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I did 1 dive and honestly to me that was enough but I would of done a Night Dive there if I had the time.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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lucas315 wrote a review Jan 2020
Wellington, New Zealand31 contributions8 helpful votes
This is such a cool experience, just pop into the water (start swimming right away or wear water shoes) and see boats, forklifts, and other stuff from the end of WWII dumped right off the beach. It was 500 Vatu pp, and there were bathrooms and picnic tables. Although just a 5 minute walk along the beach to the right is Million Dollar Resort- where there is free access to the beach, a restaurant, and beautiful bungalow accommodation.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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bubbles098 wrote a review Jan 2020
Wellington, New Zealand82 contributions14 helpful votes
We were on a group trip, from a cruise boat, and this was the highlight of the day. It was a little choppy, but once we were in, it was amazing. Barely metres from the shore, there was all sorts of machinery to discover, coral and fish galore. A must do.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Richard F wrote a review Dec 2019
Louisville, Kentucky7,487 contributions762 helpful votes
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We heard about Million Dollar point but, did not know what to expect. So we grabbed a cab when we got off our cruise ship and headed there first. We found the beach to be very beautiful and while we didn't swim or snorkel we enjoyed walking along looking for treasures. There were hundreds, maybe thousands of pieces of Sea Glass up and down the beach. There were also large pieces of what looked like old coke bottles as well as old pieces of metal cans and metal encrusted with coral all presumed to have been washed up from the ships that lay at the bottom of the bay. We had no way to take things home with us but, we enjoyed the adventure.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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SamK wrote a review Nov 2019
Melbourne, Australia125 contributions73 helpful votes
It's 500 Vatu but for reasons I won't go into, I came here to snorkel at about 5:45am and there was nobody to pay, so I didn't. I just got changed in the toilets (very basic) and headed in with my own mask and snorkel - and reef shoes. Don't forget reef shoes. Right from the shore the site is super fascinating. The junk under there is incredible but what I loved was the way the coral reef is reclaiming it and there is an abundance of tropical fish. It was really very cool. There are no showers, but during the day it seems there is a cafe and perhaps a massage hut. I would have paid the kastom owner if I could, but I didn't. Nevermind....I forked out crap loads of money over the rest of the island so I figure it all evens out.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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